Sharp, prodding sensations in the bottom of the heel may be a sign of heel spurs.

They are calcium build-ups on the heel bone in hooked, pointed or shelf-shaped profiles.

Heel spurs are also called ‘calcaneal spurs’ or ‘osteophytes’.

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Related Pains:
Heel Pain
Ankle Pain

What is
Heel Spurs?

A jabbing or aching sensation on or under the heel bone.

Heels spurs is a calcium build up that creates a pointed bone-like surface under the heel. This surface stabs at tissues with every step of the foot.

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Heel Spurs.

If left untreated, heel spurs can tear away at tissues and cause pain in other areas.

An insert designed to shift and redistribute your weight off your heel will stop this from happening.